FORT MYERS, Fla., June 5, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Announcing a special recognition appearing in the May,2013 issue of Gulfshore Life published by Gulfshore Media, Inc.. Dolphin Cleaners was selected for the following honor: "Best Of The Gulfshore"(Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130605/DC27056)A spokesperson from Dolphin Cleaners commented on the recognition: "This is quite ...
Dolphin Tower ? ordered empty in July 2010 and burdened by two engineering studies that agree
A North Carolina couple?s decision to fly to Hawaii so they can experience a ?dolphin-assisted birth? has made worldwide headlines and earned them almost universal scorn by scientists, the press, and the public. It?s a bad idea for the dolphins, most people agree, and a dangerous proposition for a woman about to give birth. It might even be illegal.
Dolphin Browser took the Android world by storm and achieved 50 million downloads in two years. ?It?s much more than 50 million now,? reveals Edith Yeung, Dolphin Browser?s head of corporate strategy. ...
Water births and dolphin-assisted births are a popular New Age fad -- but what's behind them, and are they dangerous? Continue reading ?
North Carolina couple expecting to deliver baby in July after bonding with dolphins
Photo of dolphin taken off the Penny Bridge at Stony Point Memorial Park today 12:30 Memorial Day . Not sure if dolphin was sick injured or lost . Sheriffs marine unit was on hand. marine biologist were called in Credit - Mike Saccardo Stony Point 845-893-7851 ( sent in )
A dolphin being trained by the Navy to find underwater mines recently made a surprising discovery: a 130-year-old brass torpedo, lying dormant at the bottom of the ocean. Host Rachel Martin talks with Chris Harris, chief of operations for the Navy's Marine Mammal Program, about the find.
Sarah was not breathing right. Trainers could see the Atlantic bottlenose dolphin, who assisted therapists teaching disabled children, was having a hard time. "Every breath she took was completely abnormal," said marine mammal veterinarian Dr. Michael Renner, who was called in to treat the dolphin. Sarah was taking several more seconds than normal to let air in and out of the blowhole on her ...
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